Financing Your MBA


Funding Your Future

Pursuing your part-time MBA is a significant financial investment, one of the most important that you'll make. At Emory we are committed to working with you to make your educational goal a financial reality. Our Evening MBA students combine personal funds, employer sponsorships, outside resources, admissions scholarships, and loans through Emory University's Office of Financial Aid to help realize their education goals.
Cost of Evening MBA $99,207
Tuition $85,968
Mandatory Fees $12,994
Application / Transcript Fees $245

Please note: Tuition rates are subject to change and are updated each spring for the upcoming academic year.

Tuition is billed at a per credit hour rate of $1546 and 54 credit hours are required to complete the Evening MBA. Semester tuition varies for students choosing to take additional or fewer courses in a given term, but total program tuition is not affected. Mandatory fees are charged per semester and are calculated using traditional eight-semester duration. Accelerating your program completion may reduce mandatory fee total. Tuition figures do not include cost of books and supplies which may range from $100-400 per semester. Evening on-campus parking is available at no cost to students.

There is a mandatory annual health insurance fee of $4,762 that can be waived with proof of existing health insurance coverage.

We recognize the financial commitment of attending an MBA program and annually award part-time MBA scholarships to admitted candidates to the Evening MBA Program.

Merit Scholarships

The following merit-based part-time MBA scholarships are awarded based on information from your application for admission. No additional materials are required and any candidate who meets the criteria are considered. Award notification occurs prior to enrollment.

Latinx Scholarship
Scholarship of up to $10,000 are awarded to candidates of LatinX heritage with demonstrated leadership, professional progression, and community service.

Women in Business
Scholarship of up to $10,000 are awarded to female candidates with demonstrated leadership, professional progression, and community service.

Nonprofit Scholarship for Evening MBA
Goizueta recognizes the value of nonprofit and government perspectives in our classrooms and the value that advanced business education can add in the nonprofit sector. A select number of scholarships in amounts up to $10,000 support talented professionals as they seek to apply business acumen to the unique challenges of not-for-profits. No separate application is required; however, additional documentation may be requested.

Rosemary and John Brown Family Scholars Program
This $5 million scholarship endowment is open to graduates of Spelman College and Agnes Scott College who are accepted into a Goizueta graduate program. Scholarships are merit-based. Brown Family Scholars admitted into any of Goizueta’s graduate programs will benefit from small-by-design program classes known for a collaborative culture and highly experiential learning model. This will help scholars to formally build camaraderie and continue with mentoring and networking during the remainder of their studies.

How Does Someone Normally Fund an MBA?

Cost of a Part-time MBA

Want to learn more about how to fund your MBA at Goizueta? Hear directly from the Associate Dean of MBA Admissions about funding opportunities! These include financial aid, MBA scholarships, and employer support.

Cost of Attendance

Goizueta student at graduation

Office of Financial Aid

The cost of attendance is an estimate of the total amount it will cost you to go to school for an academic period, and it’s determined using rules established by law. Cost of attendance may include tuition and fees, on-campus room and board (or a housing and food allowance for off-campus students), and allowances for books, supplies, and transportation.

Take the Next Step

Set yourself apart by earning a part-time MBA at Goizueta.